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03-19-2019 11:43
Soffi If you suffer from dropping eyelids the surgery is good choice. I had this surgery when I was 35 and I wish I had it done little earlier. I was *frightened because I do not like anyone touching my eyes😊. But my closes friend encouraged me and I underwent the surgery. However it did not go without some swelling and bruises it was the best I could to. The surgery did not last even long and the best was I did not have to stay at Forme clinic even one night so I was free to go few hours after the surgery. It* healed pretty good and I can not even see the stitches – they are hidden what is great. I really enjoy listening from my friends that I look younger.
03-04-2019 12:50
Annie I have only friend who had it, but just make sure the surgeon is experience enough. Anyway she is happy
12-27-2018 06:55
Lower Eye Blepharoplasty

Well, it is a good idea to go for a lower eye blepharoplasty if you have saggy eyelids. Few years back, my mother also went through this and she had a wonderful experience. Her saggy eyes have now become very clear and has almost goner with this surgery. So, you can also try this without having any kind of doubt in your mind. You can know more about this surgery at: https://www.eyelidslift.com/blog/eye...ful-appearance
06-22-2018 08:37
Claudia My friend had eyelid surgery in her mid 20s. She tried even some creams but did not help. She is happy with the surgery result
07-01-2017 10:24
Try These For Treating Eyelids Issues

Apart from thinking about surgery, you can also try some home remedies. Yes, there are several home remedies that can be applied to treat eyelids issues. If you want home remedies to give it a try then you can take some help from Home Remedies For Eyelids Issues. Here, the remedies available for treating droopy eyelids can also be used for fixing or correcting other several eyelid issues such as baggy eyes, swollen eyelids, saggy eyelids, etc. So, you can try these remedies.
07-01-2017 10:08
Home Remedies To Avoid Blepharoplasty

Surgery is always not the only option to treat any beauty or health issue. However, there are some natural home remedies available that can help you get rid of this issue. Home remedies are some sometimes the best option to treat eyelid surgery. You can have a look at some home remedies at: Natural Remedies For Treating Eyelids. Here, very effective home remedies are available that can help you treat eyelids issues.
07-01-2017 08:55
Eyelid Blepharoplasty Surgery

Hi! If you are having large eye bags at the age of 20s then it I think you should get rid of this issue as soon as possible as it may affect your appearance a lot. However, there are several home remedies available to remove eye bags. But, if you want rapid result, then it is better if you try blepharoplasty cosmetic surgery. This surgery is mainly applicable for those who want rapid results. I came to know lot about Eyelid Blepharoplasty Surgery from blog post. And it was quite helpful as well.
08-20-2012 19:13
santamaria I am 2 months post op and I am extremely happy with my results and like others who have commented, I am still healing. It was slow in the beginning but each day I would see improvement. I would suggest going to a surgeon who has experience with eyes.
08-20-2012 18:06
KimP It has been 9 weeks since my surgery and my eyes are nearly back to normal. Scars are red and very noticeable, guess its too early to see full results
08-20-2012 18:01
Unregistered I am 2 days post op, and so far no difficulties at all. The only pain was during surgery, when they injected anesthesia into my eyelids.

I applied ice packs constantly the first day, and was scrupulously hygienic. Also slept upright on the couch all night long. I was expecting a hideous face the second day, but no such thing. Everything is fine and I feel all right. All together, surprisingly pleased.
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